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Nov 5, 2013 4:00pm EST
's earnings. phil lebeau has been looking at that. this has been the momentum stock of the year. what did they deliver on earnings? >> it was better than what the street was expecting. 12 cents per share versus the street expecting 11 cents a share. there was a whisper number of 17 cents a share. some will be disappointed. when you look at revenues, light of what many of expecting coming into $431 million -- excuse me, a little above. $603 million versus $553 million. then the question of deliveries of the model s. this was the crucial number, maria. for the third quarter, tesla delivering 5500 model s vehicles. many on wall street were expecting closer to 5700 or 5750. keep in mind, tesla's own guidance was for 5,000 deliveries so they'll say, listen, we exceeded it by 500. again, it's all about expectations. 5,500 model s delivered last quarter. they did beat the street by a penny, earning 12 cents a share. back to you. >> the stock is -- well, initially traded down. looks like it's bouncing on that, on the chart. really an active chart tonight on tesla. want to get straight to the anal
CNBC
Nov 11, 2013 4:00pm EST
of dollars into mexico where startedup expenses and rages remain reasonable. but for how long? phil lebeau is live in mexico with the latest. hi, phil. >> reporter: hi, maria. this is one of the hottest areas in the world when it comes to expanding and manufacturing. the reason why? more companies are pumping money into this country. in fact, when you look at foreign direct investment into the country of mexico, it will top $35 billion this year. much of that coming from the auto and aerospace sectors. and here's the reason why. they used to be putting most of it into china. but look at the difference in cost when you factor in wages and shipping, et cetera. the manufacturing outsourcing index makes it clear that mexico is a much more competitive place for many companies, including the ford motor company. >> mexico has proven to be a great source for our products, obviously, great high quality, the team members are very motivated. and there's a great, healthy supply base. >> reporter: there's another company that is benefiting from the boom in manufacturing here in mexico. kansas city sout
CNBC
Nov 14, 2013 4:00pm EST
lebeau. >> both sides today are digging in. saying they do not plan ongoing back to the negotiating table. here's the contract that the machinists union, about 31,000 members, rejected. 67% voted no to a new eight year contract. the members unwilling to change the pension. again, that deal would have stretched through 2024. after the vote, here's what one union member said when asked about the possibility that this no could send the 77x somewhere else. >> if they choose to take the 777x down the path they take the 787 and commit corporate suicide, it's their business, not ours. >> boeing is actively talking with citying around the country about the 777x plant. it expects to bring several thousand jobs to where the plane is built. they would last well past 2030. five cities to think about. there are a number of other cities that aren't being mentioned. salt lake city, huntsville, long beach. they've all been mentioned as potential sites. real quick, maria, if you take a look at shares of boeing, they surged to an all time high today. past $135 a share. clearly investors are betting t
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